Mo B. Dick is a founding member of the production team The Medicine Men (formerly Beats by the Pound), which produced most of No Limit Records’ releases from 1995 to 1999. During his stint at No Limit Records, He not only produced tracks, but was also a featured artist on over a dozen songs.
Welcome to another dope episode of PoPolitickin. In this edition, we politick with Baton Rouge, Louisiana hip hop artist Young Bleed.
Bleed discusses his time with No Limit Records, his connection to rappers Kevin Gates, Boosie BadAzz, and more.
Shanell is the R&B voice of Young Money, plus a very talented writer having penned Lil Wayne‘s hit single “Prom Queen“. SnL has received a lot of praise from her boss Weezy on several occasions, even appearing on 4 separate tracks of his Gold certified Rebirth album.
BIANCA has been working intensely on, writing, crafting her sound and today releases her first official single: “Eyes On Me”. Born and raised in Los Angeles, the smile on her face is like the weather, always shining. Being sensual, funny yet edgy and raw, unafraid to be who she is, the whole essence of being your true self, is what her music is about. She aspires to transform all this warmth and lust for life despite the ups and downs, into extraordinary songs she’s putting together for her upcoming mixtape: Cool Kids Travel.
In this episode, we are joined by retired pro wrestler Rasche “Skull Crusher” Brown. Hailing from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Rasche wrestled in the ROH, WCW, WWF, UWF, and many other organizations.
Produced by Mehka (Mecca) for Invisible Man Media, the film shines a light on the burgeoning cannabis industries in Atlanta, Washington D.C.,New York City, New Jersey and Boston,
In this episode, we politick with the Founder and CEO of SIAM Smartphones Darius Allen.
Darius is an international business magnate, serial entrepreneur, successful investor; self help author, motivational speaker, and financial literacy activist. Darius also operates his own blog writing about his latest thoughts on business education, investing, and financial literacy.
Born and raised in Columbus, MS, a new indie artist, LaShar, now known as SharJ Music, reflects the art of soulful music. She’s molded by musical influences such as Lauryn Hill, Jazmine Sullivan, Anita Baker, even Mississippi’s own Big K.R.I.T.
Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with Dave Daley The Monster Motivator. Dave is the President of Dave Daley Enterprises, helping executives and their companies, entrepreneurs, salespeople, and motivated individuals looking to...
In this episode, we politick with MMA Legend Shonie Carter. Shonie Carter, is an American mixed martial artist who has competed in the Welterweight, Middleweight and Light Heavyweight divisions. He is a former WEC Welterweight Champion, a UFC veteran, and a contestant on The Ultimate Fighter 4 reality show.
Canadian rappers Audric Rose and K.Skriptz have joined forces as Black Rose, presenting “Vows”, the first single from their forthcoming album She Loves Me She Loves Me Not, a mixture of hip-hop lyrics and R&B melodies featuring guest appearances from fellow Ontario artist Lord Randolph
On the heels of his Delorean release Chris hits us again with another fresh freestyle for our heads. This week Chris tackles Future’s Mask Off, Jay-Z’s Smile, and Bruno Mars 24K Magic that he titled Tri Force. Once again proving Mr. Rivers can deliver flow and bars effortlessly over any track. If you haven’t already i highly suggest you pick up his Delorean album available on iTunes & all digital stores.
On the heels of their successful Hollywood Trapp’n collaborative mixtape, M R$CH teams up once more with Rich The Kid for “Minnesota”, produced by Zaytoven.
From Portland’s burgeoning music scene comes a creative statement in the form of “Tease”, the full-length collaborative album by singer-songwriter Blossom and producer HOT16.
Atlanta R&B artist Que Williams drops the cinematic new visuals for “Winning Issa Must” from his new mixtape album Split Personality now available on iTunes, Spotify, and mor
Capone is back with some new music, featuring N.O.R.E, Dollar Sign Malc, and Sir Nino Black. This one is titled OK OH!
Brooklyn’s Von Villain steps up with a menacing twist to Future’s hit “Mask Off”. This freestyle will appear on Von Villain’s upcoming mixtape, slated for release in August.
Following up from the critically acclaimed ‘360° Degrees’ in April, 2017, the California based group Grand Opus have decided to release the fifth single from their criminally under appreciated studio debut ‘Forever.’ Their latest single ‘Super Power Bros’ is the ideal cut selection to highlight Joc Scholar and Centric’s unique synergy together lyrically and sonically,
Romanian-born, Canadian-based emcee Florian Gray presents “Night Ride”, featuring Sean Rey and Nur, and produced by Toronto-based producer JHANN. Born in Transylvania, his family left post-communist Romania in the mid 1990s for Windsor, Ontario. In 2008 Florian became a nomad, drifting throughout Asia, Europe and Australia, and is now based in Toronto
Atlanta rapper/producer J Cutta presents “LTU”, his new single produced by Cutta and King Corn Beatzz. J has produced for the Youngbloodz, the Dungeon Family (click here to hear “Fall Back”), has opened for Soulja Boy and has been featured on mixtapes with DJ Scream and DJ Teknikz.
In this episode of PoPolitickin Artist Spotlight, we politick with Atlanta, GA rapper Zone4Nut. Zone4Nut has worked with artist such as Young Dro, Yung Joc, Young Ralph, Wingo from Jagged Edge, Shawty Lo, Bando Jonez, and many more.
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Phoenix, Arizona rapper Trap House. Trap House discusses his community work such as the “Keep the Guns Away” initiative that was designed to bring awareness to the growing violence in local neighborhoods, working with 17-year-old Isaiah Acosta, and more.
Heavily influenced by alternative, rock, jungle, funk and hip hop, his sound is distinctive, authentic and inspiring. Some of his influences include Prince, Andre 3000, Jimi Hendrix, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, James Brown and DeAngelo. He has performed for the likes of Janet Jackson, Angie Stone, Usher and even been heavily praised by Prince!
Chavon Vanias was born and raised in the music industry. Today he’s known as the hip-hop artist, Nizzie. He is a lyricist that expresses his love for music and his unique perspective on life through thought provoking words and imagery. He calls his lyrical style, “Club Conscious” because he delivers club head bangers with a message you might not even notice is there as you’re rocking out to one of his songs.
In this episode, we politick with author Isaac “Ike-Moe” Williams. Ike Moe latest book is entitled “From The Courts To The Streetz”. The true life story of a Dallas native once considered one of the city’s best basketball players in the late 1980’s. He attended Spruce High School from 1986 to 1989.
Shawn Archer is now part of music’s next empire SKE Records. Archer is a new act from Philadelphia looking to make his way into the hip-hop scene. Growing up seeing the good, the bad & the ugly, Shawn Archer looks to express everything about his life through music
Trel Mack has co-founded his own label SKE records as well with popular journalist/publicist Quinton Hatfield, Q The Question. The two formed their partnership back in 2006 and with the great feedback gained from the past music, things this time around are ready to move. “Me and Q, have some big things coming and we have a very huge movement in store. Brand new videos, chart-topping music and a movement with SKE records, what we going to bring will be unstoppable.”
During her 19-year crack addiction, Tonier Cain racked up 83 arrests and 66 convictions. She turned to prostitution to pay for drugs, lost custody of four children, and, when she wasn’t locked up, she slept under a bridge. Today, 12-years after completing treatment, Cain penned an open letter to the Senate Health Committee urging them to preserve the mandate for insurers to provide mental health and substance abuse treatment and continue federal funding for Medicaid expansion.
Mysterious discusses her rebranding as Misty Blanco, her time on MTV’s Making of Da Band, her troubled background, bringing awareness to mental health issues, and more.
Weirdo discusses his background, his collaborations with DJ Paul KOM of Three 6 Mafia, and more.